Sophomore Trice loves to compete

Sophomore Trice loves to compete

The Lookout Sports Editor Maddie Toles recently sat down to speak with Tony Trice of the LCC men's basketball team. The sophomore guard is a graduate of Waverly High School.

When and why did you start playing basketball?

"I just grew up playing basketball. It was always fun. My mom put it in front (of me on) the TV. It's the only thing I remember. I was probably 3."

What do you like about playing basketball?

"It's just fun. It's my favorite thing to do. I like competing, trying to win."

What's your favorite memory from playing basketball?

'Probably scoring 30 points against St. Johns my senior year of high school."

Do you have any basketball role models you look up to?

"I look up to my cousin, Justin. He played basketball at Toledo. He went to play overseas. He's just a player in my family I look up to, to see it's possible."

What are your plans after LCC?

"My plans after LCC are to continue playing basketball, but if not, to continue getting a degree in some field."

What are you working on the in your basketball game?

"Just knocking down my shots and playing defense. The biggest thing I want to improve on is consistently making shots."